Presentation on theme: "Current Healthcare Workforce: HealthCARE Grant Data Annie Glover Montana Department of Labor and Industry."— Presentation transcript:
Current Healthcare Workforce: HealthCARE Grant Data Annie Glover Montana Department of Labor and Industry
Data Sources Montana Employment Projections 2013 TAACCCT Round 4 “Montana HealthCARE” Needs Assessment Survey of Employers, Workforce Services, and Colleges
Employment Projections DLI prepares 10-year employment forecasts for job growth annually Based on historic employment data from January 1990-September 2013 Questions about this data should be directed to Barbara Wagner, Chief Economist, Montana Department of Labor and Industry
Employment Projections Full document can be found at: uploadedPublications/5621_EmpProj.pdf
The percentage of jobs requiring higher than a high school diploma will increase from 28.2% in 2013 to 29.1% in 2022.
Employment Projections These are calculated by minimum requirements, but most high-paying, full-time jobs require postsecondary training.
Employment Projections Healthcare employs 15% of Montana’s total workforce Healthcare is expected to add about 1,300 more jobs per year through 2022
Healthcare Workforce Needs Assessment
NorthwestSouthwest North Central South CentralEasternTotal Health Care Provider Educational Institution Workforce Agency/Job Service Office Health Care Association Q2: What is your role in Montana ’ s healthcare workforce?
Conclusion Healthcare is Montana’s fastest growing industry, in terms of jobs Education programming should be driven by labor market needs and job seeker availability and skills needs Increased industry engagement is necessary to measure emerging occupations and trends